The high tower on the facade of this church is very pointed, and it feels like it clamps the center building tightly. The interior space is reminiscent of Notre Dame Cathedral. The decoration styles do have similarities. This is a good space for meditation, as well as the atrium.
The Hof Church, in the most prominent position of the skyline of Lucerne’s old town, is the first one to see from the east from the Reuss River and the Kappel Bridge, or from the cruise terminal of Lake Lucerne and the arch of the railway station to the north. It must be the twin spires of the Hof church. From the Lion Square on the northern shore of Lake Lucerne, 300 meters east, you reach the Hof Church. Built in 735 AD and rebuilt in 1645, the exterior of the church is Renaissance style, elegant and magnificent, and the interior is solemn and magnificent. The church’s 4950 brass pipe organ made in 1640 is well-known and is still playing sacred religious music and the rhythm of summer music~
Howe''s full name lai oda, church cathedral, is located in the north of lake lucerne, is the most important church in lucerne. The church was built in 735, was originally Roman architecture, converted into gothic in the 14th century, the 17th century because of fire damage and reconstruction for the Renaissance. Cantrell covered the east of stretched tall stone steps to the front of a church road, like the holy shrine to the church. Internal solemn church, week bench late Renaissance carvings, vivid and exquisite, worth watching. Today''s Howe''s cathedral is located at the center of local beliefs and church music performance. There is concert within the church, the church''s religious musical compositions foil extraordinarily solemn and grand. Here you can see a big pipe organ, made in 1640, a total of 4950 root organ, is still used in lucerne summer festival.
It’s a church with a long history. The golden carvings are really eye-catching in this church.
The Hof Church, located on the north side of Lake Lucerne, is the most important church in Lucerne. The Romanesque building started in 735 AD was converted into Gothic style in the 14th century and Renaissance style in the 17th century. The interior of the church is solemn, and there are vivid and delicate carvings on the church. The church organ, manufactured in 1640, has a total of 4950 organ pipes, which are still used at the Lucerne Summer Music Festival.